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What can HR expect in the year 2013?

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Jim StroudRecently, I spoke at a Recruiter Summit in Orlando, Florida and had a blast! The people were very kind and I was fortunate enough to learn a lot from the other speakers. My topic was “What can recruiting expect in the year 2013?” In my presentation I gave three predictions and backed them up with research, anecdotes and the occasional laugh. It was so well received that I decided to post a version of what I shared here. So, check it out and let me know what you think?

In a nutshell, these were my main points:

  1. The Millennial Workforce increases its Impact
  2. Big Data Gets Respect
  3. Its the Content Stupid! (Content is the new SEO)

If you scroll down past the video below, you will see links to source material as well as some good reading. Just in case you want to go even deeper into what I was looking into. As always, your feedback is appreciated. So, please, leave a comment below. (I would also appreciate a tweet, a like or, a plus one. Just sayin’…)

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Links about Millennials

  • Get Ready for the New Workforce – Ron Ashkenas-Harvard Business Review
  • Job Applicants’ Cultural Fit Can Trump Qualifications – Businessweek
  • The Crisis of Meaning in the Millennial Workforce | Inside Employees’ Minds|Big Think
  • Job Applicants’ Cultural Fit Can Trump Qualifications – Businessweek
  • Men are from Mars, Women from Venus, but Gen iY is from Another System
  • Gen iY: They’re Expecting Change, Amusement, and Immediate Feedback
  • Effective Techniques to Lead Millennials in the Workplace: A Case Study | The Millennial Lab
  • “Which Gadgets Are Employees Bringing To Work That IT Managers Need To Worry About?”
  • Mobility and BYOD need security rethink, Zinopy says – Ireland’s CIO and strategy news and reports service
  • Tim Elmore |
  • Dan Schawbel |

Links about Big Data

  • Moneyball, Talent, And Where This Is All Going | Lance Haun
  • What is People Analytics? | Applied Data Labs
  • People Analytics: Using Data to Drive HR Strategy and Action at Strata Jumpstart | Lanyrd
  • People Search Results for “People Analytics” | LinkedIn
  • BigData in HR: Why it’s Here and What it Means
  • Big data – Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  • Google workforce prediction algorithm?
  • Moneyball and the HR Department
  • A chart of the big data ecosystem
  • Why VCs Will Continue To Invest In Big Data Startups For Many Years To Come
  • The Origin and Growth of Big Data Buzz
  • 5 ways big data is transforming everyday life — Tech News and Analysis
  • Predictive analytics go to work – Computerworld
  • Competing on Talent Analytics – Harvard Business Review

Links about SEO

  • Google’s Data Highlighter and a view into the future of SEO | SEER Interactive
  • Facebook to Launch Its Own Snapchat Competitor App – Mike Isaac-Social-AllThingsD
  • Visual Content Trumps Text in Driving Social Media Engagement [INFOGRAPHIC]
  • Bing and Google deepen social integration in search –
  • The Moneyball Recruiting Opportunity: Analytics & Big Data
  • How to Deal With Panda, Penguin and Other Google Algorithm Changes – PC Advisor
  • This picture says everything about a generationchange. – Imgur
  • The rise of the visual social network « Patrick Nouhailler on WordPress
  • How Cinemagraphs Are Changing Advertising – Business Insider
  • Red Bull Lands As A News Feed On Flipboard. Will It Give The Social Magazine Another Revenue Stream? | TechCrunch
  • Coke Revamps Web Site to Tell Its Story –
  • Oreo’s Daily Twist Campaign Finale Enlists Consumers –



Over the past decade, Jim Stroud has built an expertise in lead generation strategies, social media recruiting, video production, podcasting, online research, competitive intelligence, community management and training. He has consulted for such companies as Microsoft, Google, MCI, Siemens and a host of startup companies. Presently, Jim Stroud is the Director of Sourcing and Social Strategy for Bernard Hodes Group. (The best job ever!)

Prior to Hodes, Jim Stroud has created and sold three online properties, managed an award-winning blog, published a weekly newsletter for jobseekers, a recruiter training magazine and co-hosted a popular technology podcast. Jim Stroud has also produced multiple web series devoted to such topics as: job search, recruiting, technology and language learning. Jim Stroud has been quoted by such publications as Globe and Mail, US News and World Report, Wall Street Journal and The Atlanta Journal and Constitution., Entrepreneur, Black Enterprise and The HR Examiner have all cited Jim Stroud for his digital influence. Jim Stroud also served as the EmCee of SourceCon, the premier global conference on sourcing for three consecutive years.

When not online, Jim Stroud suffers from withdrawal symptoms that can only be soothed by chocolate chip cookies and family time.

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